Android Police have an article up mentioning that Google is reportedly working on getting Steam working officially and supported on Chrome OS.
In their latest community update, the Stadia Team have given a small insight into what's coming to the Linux-powered game streaming service Stadia across 2020. Another Stadia round-up post is here!
Time for another little roundup of what's going on with Google Stadia lately. First up, let's talk about games.
Today, Google announced that Typhoon Studios have joined their new Stadia Games and Entertainment studio.
Google are starting to boost their library of games for Stadia, with Borderlands 3 and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 now available. Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be out tomorrow for Stadia.
Courtesy of Google, we have an extra Buddy Pass to give away for their game streaming service Stadia.
We have more interesting news to share this morning about updates surrounding Google Stadia, the game streaming service.
Google are pushing forward with their game streaming service Stadia, here's a little roundup of what they've been doing recently.
Stadia has launched if you have the Founder Edition, our unit and code came a little late but it's here and surprisingly it all seems to be working well.
Today, the Google Stadia streaming service officially launched for those who picked up the Founder or Premier Edition.
Launching tomorrow for people who picked up the Founder and Premier editions, Stadia was originally only going to launch with 12 titles. Now this has expanded to 22!
The official launch of Stadia is only days away, so Google recently hosted a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) and we have some more details to share about it.
With the Stadia streaming service from Google launching on November 19th for those with the Founder's Edition or Premiere Edition, they're finally revealing what will be available.
Ahead of the launch of Stadia next month for those who picked up the Founders Edition, Google are chatting a bit more about their plans for the Debian Linux-powered game streaming service.
Stadia, Google's new fancy Linux-powered game streaming service is officially set to launch on November 19, that is if you forked out for the expensive Stadia Founder's Edition.
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